Hemingway is a New York-based rock/pop band whose live sound was born from the city club scene. The band's songs relate to the lives of average hard-working people and the day-to-day hassles we all experience, whether at work or home. Most of our material conveys that while life has its struggles, with a little hope and persistence, a positive outcome is often out there - so keep following your dreams! Our tunes cover several styles of popular music including rock, R&B and retro. This... Topic: Hemingway
byBurnham, Philip; Cunningham, Sarah; Thomas-Hicks, Molly; National Endowment for the Arts; Institute of Museum and Library Services (U.S.); Arts Midwest (Organization : Minneapolis, Minn.); Boeing Company
Accompanies sound recording Ernest Hemingway's A Farewell to arms : radio program Topic: Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961
Dave, Matt and Jason introduce themselves, a little bit about their reading habits, and give a kind of statement of intent. Boring self-indulgence over, they get right into their introductory discussion: Ernest Hemingway's short story, "The Cat in the Rain." Topic: podcast literature book hemingway
Lansing State Journal article Sunday March 3, 1963. Fidel Castro created a museum honoring Ernest Hemingway in the author's old home in Cuba. Topics: Fidel Castro, Ernest Hemingway, Lansing State Journal, Ernest Hemingway
Announcement of upcoming events including Valentines Day specials .. Room rates and Coupons. Over view of weekly happenings and drink specials! Shows and entertainment including Hosts and special Guests. New menus items and Brunch in the Hemingway Grille. Topics: Flamingo Resort, Hemingway Grille, GSHRadio
THE DEUTSCHE OPER BERLIN. Berlin,Germany... 2000. Onstage the feeling was electric! A 35-piece orchestra playing, DADDY HEMINGWAY singing, an audience representing a who's who of Culture in Germany, headed by the Minister of Culture, paying homage to Blues In The Opera - RED LIGHT, BLUES NIGHT! DADDY HEMINGWAY & His BLACKRIDERS ORCHESTRA have the scope of no bluesband you've ever heard. Going from downhome Delta and touching on New Wave and Hip Hop at times, the BLACKRIDERS' music defies... Topic: DADDY HEMINGWAY His BLACKRIDERS ORCHESTRA
A tragic novel about an American ingenue who lives among the great misfits and artists of the "lost generation" in Paris in the 1920s, looking to have impact on them, only to be, as one of the first liberated American women, abused by the men from whom she sought stimulation or solace ( 1 reviews ) Topics: lost generation, Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Stein, expatriate Americans
In 1918 Ernest Hemingway went to war, to the 'war to end all wars'. He volunteered for ambulance service in Italy, was wounded and twice decorated. Out of his experiences came A Farewell to Arms. Hemingway's description of war is unforgettable. He recreates the fear, the comradeship, the courage of his young American volunteer and the men and women he meets in Italy with total conviction. But A Farewell to Arms is not only a novel of war. In it Hemingway has also created a love story of immense... Topic: Ernest Hemingway - A Farewell to Arms
A main line of thought in modernistic prose concerns the efforts of transforming scientific concepts into literary forms. This paper presents a study, which formulates the hypothesis that, despite these efforts, a clear distinction should be found between the theory and mind of an author and his text producing practice. A text sample from a well-known American Nobel Prize holder has been studied by means of Perspective Text Analysis, by which the space of a text can be established and measured.... Topics: AaO system, novel, writer, mental, functionalism, behaviourism, Hemingway
Radio Theatre Group's performance of The Killers on 21-11-07 at the Ramshorn theatre in Glasgow. Based on the short story by Ernest Hemingway. Starring Derek McDonald as Swede Anderson, Todd Thorn as Lubinsky, Lisa Queen as Kittie Collins and Bruce Downie as Jim Colfas. Directed by Bruce Downie Topics: Radio Theatre Group, Ernest Hemingway, Old Time Radio
Chicago writer Gioia Diliberto began her writing life as a journalist, then transformed herself into a biographer. Focusing on women's lives, she has written books about the trailblazing reformer, Jane Addams, the first woman to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize; Hadley Richardson Hemingway, who is fascinating in her own right as well as one of Ernest Hemingway's stoic wives, and Brenda Frazier, a woman famous for being famous (the Paris Hilton of her day), a celebrated beauty and New York... Topics: Gioia Diliberto, author interview, Jane Addams, Hadley Richardson Hemingway
LibriVox's Most Wanted poetry collection. Have you ever suggested a book for recording by LibriVox only to be told by some good-for-nothing admin that it can't be done because it's not in the Public Domain in the US? Then this project is dedicated to you. It consists of ten early Public Domain poems by some of the authors mention of whose most popular works is most likely to come in close proximity to the word "sorry" in the LV forums. Included are: JRR Tolkien, Aldous Huxley, George... Topics: tolkien, orwell, huxley, hemingway, faulkner, graves, gibran, sayers, poems, librivox Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Canadian writer Norman MacDonald’s complete literary oeuvre in one electronic edition! The “Collected Works” contains four full-length novels, many short stories and essays, plus personal writing. The novel “Lost Magnificence” carries the reader to logging camps, where the author spent formative years, with this entertaining tale of adventure and romance. Readers who have enjoyed “The Old Man and the Sea” for its simplicity and reflective insights will be attracted to “Lost... Topics: Literary theory, Hemingway, Novels, Collected Works, Short Stories, International writing,...
A main line of thought in modernistic prose concerns the authorsâ efforts of transforming scientific concepts into literary forms. Two scientific ideas can be discerned in 20th Century thinking, the structuralism in Europe and the functionalism in the USA. This paper presents two experiments. One discusses the behaviouristic writing style of Ernest Hemingway and formulates the hypothesis that, since he is a behaviourist in practice then he should be a functionalist in mind. The basis for this... Topics: functionalism, behaviourism, writing style, articulation, unfolded space, folded space, test,...
Chicago writer Gioia Diliberto began her writing life as a journalist, then transformed herself into a biographer. Focusing on women's lives, she has written books about the trailblazing reformer, Jane Addams, the first woman to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize; Hadley Richardson Hemingway, who is fascinating in her own right as well as one of Ernest Hemingway's stoic wives, and Brenda Frazier, a woman famous for being famous (the Paris Hilton of her day), a celebrated beauty and New York... Topics: Donna Seaman, Gioia Diliberto, JAne Addams, Hadley Richardson Hemingway, athor interview, podcast
Ideas about city housing schemes have changed almost beyond recognition over the last 100 years. This tour of some of Londonâs iconic housing estates shows how they have been remodelled and updated for a new century and a new way of living. The ride is led by Wayne Hemingway but a cast of architects share their expertise on the particular developments they have worked on. They are David Levitt, Caroline Duff, Sheelagh McManus and Keyvan Lankarani. Topics: london, architecture, wayne hemingway, podcast, lfa2010, london festival of architecture
Mothers, warn your daughters! A young party girl gets involved with booze, drugs and men, and gets pregnant, with disastrous results. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Helen Foster, Nell O'Day, Glen Boles, Richard Hemingway, Virginia True Boardman
The story centers on the memories of a writer (Gregory Peck) who is taking a safari in Africa. He develops a dangerous wound from a thorn prick, and lies awaiting his slow death. The loss of physical capability causes him to look inside himself - at his memories of the past years, and how little he has actually accomplished in his writing. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Adventure, Drama, Romance, Ernest Hemingway, Ava Gardner, Susan Hayward, Gregory Peck
Sendism continues on this one with your boys DJ BoB-E, MassKonfusion, and Circus. We jump into the mix with MassKonfusion to kick things off, followed by a nice send from Circus, aka DJ Savoir Payne. We then get into an exclusive mix from producer SciFi Stu, which he put together just for us to drop on KiLLRadio. Afterwards we chop it up with Spliff Hemingway, who drops 2 exclusive tracks on us from his upcoming EP with producer Duke Westlake. MassKonfusion mixes us out to close the show. Tune... Topics: DJ BoB-E, MassKonfusion, Radio Sendiddy, Circus, The Shapeshifters, KillRadio.org, Spliff...
Esta noche PASIÓN DE CINE se rinde a una de las cumbres de la literatura universal "POR QUIEN DOBLAN LAS CAMPANAS",el particular homenaje de su autor, Ernest Hemingway, al pueblo Español en lucha contra el fascismo.El motivo nos servirá también para recordar su adaptación cinematográfica consumada en 1943.Será la crónica de una muerte anunciada, es el sino del antihéroe aquel que no recibirá el galardón en vida ni el reconocimiento en la muerte. Hoy presentamos la primera... Topics: radio qk, RADIOQK, RADIO QK, POR QUIEN DOBLAN LAS CAMPANAS, CINE, GARY COOPER, INDRID BERGMAN, Sam...
Sejam todos muito bem-vindos ao LivroCast número cinquenta e um. No podcast de hoje, Marcelo Zaniolo (@celo_zaniolo), Lucien O Bibliotecário (@lucienbiblio10), Rodrigo Carvalho, Andrey Lehnemann (@clickfilmes) e Diego Lokow (@Lokow) se reúnem para falar de um dos clássicos da literatura: o livro “O Velho e o Mar” de Ernest Hemingway.No LivroCast 051: Quem é o autor, qual sua relação com o livro “O Velho e o Mar”, como funciona o prêmio Nobel, interpretações da... Topics: adversidade, autor, Ernest Hemingway, Livro, livrocast, nobel, o velho e o mar, pesca, podcast,...